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Preview: José Parlá – “Walls, Diaries, and Paintings” @ Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Dynamic contemporary artist, José Parlá, will be setting his hometown New York City stomping grounds ablaze next month with a new solo exhibition, entitled Walls, Diaries, and Paintings (teased). The former street artist, who has become of master of his own brand of mixed media calligraphic work, started off the year already with a bang in Toronto with two huge murals (covered). By the looks of these preview images, he appears more than ready to keep the momentum rolling with this new body of work. […]

Highlights: José Parlá @ Concord City Place (Toronto)

This past Thursday, José Parlá was the guest of honor at a commencement party that paid tribute to the two ginormous murals he recently endowed to the City of Toronto. Commissioned by the Concord City Place, the Brooklyn-based street art legend turned contemporary art heavyweight proved first hand what it means to “go big or go home”, with a duo of larger than life works executed in his patented graffiti-inspired calligraphic style. This impressive community art project serves as a fulfilling appetizer for Parlá’s upcoming […]

Preview: “The New Grand Tour” @ Bryce Wolkowitz

We know you all have wondered where it went – and after many centuries, the Grand Tour is coming back, courtesy of Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery and curator Amanda Bhalla Wilkes. The New Grand Tour is a revival, redefinition, and reinvention of the tradition that started in the 16th century. The original grand tour was a culmination of aristocratic education, where young men and women traveled to cities like Paris, Venice, Florence, and Rome to broaden their cultural background. The group of artists in the New […]